|Tulsan honored for Interfaith work
Nancy Day, a member of Tulsa-Boston Avenue UMC, recently was honored for her 32 years of excellent work as executive director of the Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice. She will retire at the end of the year.
The recognition is well deserved, said Twila Gibbens, who is ecumenical officer for the Oklahoma Conference Mission & Service Ministry Team.
Under Day’s leadership, the center has become a national leader in human relations and interfaith work.
"I can think of no more urgent mission than that of helping people learn to live together with their deepest differences," Day said.
Deadlines for annual awards
Several Conference groups announced their award deadlines in early 2014.
The form and instructions are at: http://www.okumc.org/denmanaward.
Submit the form to Janelle Brammer, First United Methodist Church, 1615 N. Highway 88, Claremore OK 74017; 918-341-4580 (fax); or email@example.com.
4 groups get grants
Grants awarded in the month of Thanksgiving counted among the blessings for four UM-related organizations.
The Inasmuch Foundation granted: